Skip to main content

Table 2 Clinical characteristics of pediatric OCD subjects with high and low insight (n =35)

From: A cross-sectional study of insight and family accommodation in pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder

Variable High insight (n = 28) Low insight (n = 7) t or Chi-square P value
Sex (male), n% 16 (48%) 3 (9%) 0.461 0.677
Age 13.79 (2.87) 10.43 (2.99) 7.535 0.010
Duration of illness 63.86 (26.34) 44.57 (33.74) 2.689 0.111
CY-BOCS 27.71 (11.91) 24.75 (8.83) 4.661 0.038
CGI-S 5.29 (1.98) 4.29 (1.44) 11.770 0.002
FAS-PR 31.71 (14.95) 26.18 (13.36) 4.410 0.043
FAS-AT 8.43 (4.47) 10.50 (8.72) 0.365 0.550
FAS-IC 23.29 (11.06) 15.71 (10.07) 3.054 0.090
COIS-RP 63.57 (27.00) 52.65 (20.30) 1.424 0.241
COIS-RC 59.57 (29.86) 52.79 (21.15) 0.488 0.490
  1. Note: CY–BOCS Children’s Yale–Brown Obsessive–Compulsive Scale, CGI-S Clinician’s Global Impression-Severity, FAS-PR Family Accommodation Scale-Parent Report, FAS-AT Family Accommodation Scale-Avoidance of Triggers, FAS-IC Family Accommodation Scale-Involvement in Compulsions, COIS-RP Child Obsessive-compulsive Impact Scale-Revised-Parent report, COIS-RC Child Obsessive-compulsive Impact Scale-Revised-Child report.
\